Thursday, 18 December 2014
By now, you probably know all about the North Korean government effort to stop Sony from showing the comedy movie about the assassination of their leader. This hacker action was an attack like that is very difficult to stop. Recent research by a Microsoft strategist and a security expert claim that to stop a $100,000 hacking effort, you would need to spend $3 million on protecting your systems. There are few business with those kinds of resources.
So what can we learn from this? I see several important lessons besides the fact that you can get great publicity for your movie by poking fun at dangerous people!
So what's in common with most of these ideas? It's people. People are the reason most breeches occur. If we are to foil these hackers, education and training are the easiest ways to succeed. So get training and good luck out there! The bad-guys are busy, busy, busy.
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Posted on 12/18/2014 2:29 PM by Customer Service
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